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  1. Little Palms

    • By Nick a.k.a. Daimon A. Koivisto
    • Published: February 2006

    One day a teardrop will fall from the sky
    And on that day, out of joy, I will cry
    Within my arms I'll hold you tight
    And as you open your eyes to me you'll know everything will be alright...

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    • Rating 4.42
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  3. On Your Shoulders

    • By Magnus I. Rasmussen
    • Published: October 2018
    An Ode To A Father With Alzheimer's

    I remember the times
    You'd flip me onto your shoulder
    Freefalling skyward
    Taller, older

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    This poem so reminds me of the relationship my Daddy and I had. He had a major surgery in 1971 and because of that and the effects of the anesthesia, his decline began. It took a while for us...

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  4. To My Dad

    I wonder what it's like
    to not put up a fight
    with someone you're supposed to love so dearly
    and get some sleep at night.

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    I can really understand this poem I'm 14 and everytime me and my dad talked we would end up yelling at each other and the conversation would end with him hitting me or kicking me to the...

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  6. Daddy, Where Are You?

    • By Kayla L. Drick
    • Published: February 2006

    All of a sudden, my legs felt like lead.
    When they told me, that he was dead.
    Is it really true?
    My years with him,...

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    • Rating 4.11
  7. My Precious You

    • By Giftsy
    • Published: June 2010

    What would life be?
    Without Your towering presence...
    Firm grip on my arms that makes me powerful,
    Thunderous voice with currents of care,...

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    • Rating 3.94
  8. At The Bottom Of The Bottle

    • By Emily Olivo
    • Published: April 2008
    How To Love An Alcoholic Father

    At the bottom of the bottle
    his feelings won't show.
    He'll let no one know
    the feelings he hides.

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  10. He's My Dad

    My Father Was A Hardworking Man

    Muddy boots and overalls, he stood about six two
    He was a country bumpkin; hard work was what he knew
    A carpenter, a roofer, a jack of many trades
    Countless hours of hard labor with not much time to play

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  11. Rich Man

    • By Dave
    • Published: June 2017
    A Father Appreciating His Family

    Old hands and tired feet,
    Sometimes all I want is sleep.
    I don't have a dime,
    But after all this time,

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  12. As A Boy

    • By Joel Miller
    • Published: June 2008
    Dad You Were The Best

    Well I grew up in the country.
    But things were never too bad.
    I have one person to thank.
    My always hard working dad. ...

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  13. A Daddy I Didn't Even Get To Meet

    • By Brandy poole
    • Published: January 2008

    I never even knew you
    but deep inside I knew
    you were out there waiting
    for me to find you...

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    This is so sad cause it is just like m, I never knew my dad he left my mom when I was still in her belly an it is so depressing not knowing who he is. This is so touchy to me.

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